"San Jacinto Farewell" as written by and Stephen Spurgin....
Word has come that the mission fell
What a story the poets tell
The cannon roared and the bugle blared like doom
‘Til the only sound was the rising of the moon.
Now it's said that I have to go
Why they need me I do not know
Maybe I could linger one more day
Do you think they'd miss me if I stay
Sweet Maria, te amo
Kiss me once before I go
Wish me vaya con dios
Everyday I'll send you my love
On the wings of a mourning dove
So each night he can sing you off to sleep
And in your dreams please pray your love to me
Sweet Maria, te amo
Kiss me once before I go
Wish me vaya con dios
Aiee yiee aiee
I belong by your side
Who will rock my babies if I fall
And who will watch them grow up strong and tall
Let us share one more glass together
Bring my pistola and spanish leather
See how my spurs shine in the sun
I'll be back to your arms when we have the battle won
Sweet Maria, te amo
Kiss me once before I go
Wish me vaya con dios
Aiee yiee aiee
Debo de estar a tu lado
Who will rock my babies if I fall
And who will watch them grow up strong and tall
(continued on next page).Let us share uno mas tequila
Bring my pistola and spanish leather
See how my spurs shine in the sun
I'll be back to your arms when we have the battle won
Sweet Maria, te amo
Kiss me once before I go
Dese ame que vaya con dios
Sweet Maria, te amo
Kiss me once before I go
Wish me vaya con dios




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"San Jacinto Farewell" as written by Stephen Spurgin

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